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    Fantastic! Fred, his Dad, and all the workers were very professional, punctual, and courteous . No payment required until we were satisfied with the job. I will definitely hire them for any future painting I may need done.
    - Cheryl M.
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    Mr. Honey-Do
    Fahad, Brian, and Samuel did a fantastic job making all the repairs I asked them to do. They were very professional, respectful of my home, cleaned up any mess that they made and left my home well repaired looking beautiful again. Thank you so much Mr. Honey Do ! I will use your service again in the future.
    - Evelyn S.
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    DLF Professional Painting Inc
    Dale and his guys were absolute professionals when it came time to paint my house. They did such a nice job on my exterior, when I told Dale I was planning on painting my bathroom myself he gave me a competitive price and I had him do it instead. So glad, the job they did outshined anything I could have done.
    - Katie T.
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    Premier Painting & Coating
    Shortly after the purchase of this deal in 9/17, I met with Travis who measured the area to be painted at my house and explained all the items PP&C would cover. 9 months later after dealing with major repairs from Irma, we were ready and called Travis to schedule the painting Job. Amanda confirmed the original estimate and work proposal and coordinated the painting crew with our prefferences. Painter Pete and the crew prepped and painted the house Within 2 days & 1/2. Pete did the touch ups and did not stop til my wife and I were completely satisfied. The final product was a beautiful two toned and contasting color paint job with additional touch ups to lanai screen door and fascia. The deal offered in Angie���s List, ($1,500 for 1500 square feet) did not fully cover my house���s paint area. An additional fee was paid to cover the remainder of the house and this did not include the soffit.(which I decided I would replace anyway) Finally, I was also responsible for the Sherwin Williams Paint, that was paid directly to them, at the contractor���s discounted rate for $458 The total cost $2,478 (includes paint) We are very pleased with the final product. Would reccomend again. Thank you for your hard work PP&C!
    - Chris M.
  • A
    I am very pleased I chose Polson to complete my painting projects. They were honest and helpful. My project manager, Josh, was very professional and made sure the exterior and interior painting were completed correctly and in a timely manner.
    - Rebecca W.
  • A
    DLF Professional Painting Inc
    Dale's professional workers Paul Thompson and his son Eric did a fantastic job. The came early and stayed late. Very friendly! Asked what colors I wanted and walked me around the house throughout the job. Asked me to point out spots they missed and I was very impressed; no egos to uphold. The house was stucco and a bit of a pain to get all the paint in all the spots because of the nooks and crevices. Told me if there were any issues at all to let them know anytime, even if I see something off a week from now. Took only 3 days and the price was right. Shook my hand when meeting me and when the job was complete. Good old fashioned courteous workers is what I like the most! Will definitely hire again if I need anything more. A++++
    - Steve B.
  • F
    Daniel's Professional Painting & Pressure Washing
    Came to give estament called and made sure it was set up 3 weeks before and made sure i took vacation the same week said yes texted him 1 week before vac and sent a message on Angie's list never heard back to late to change my vac.on vac this week and still haven't heard anything and this is Tuesday was a great price but can't reley on him
    - Dallad B.
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    Critical Coatings Inc
    It went perfect. Chris gave me a very reasonable estimate and an expected timeline for the work to be done. He did a fantastic job, was very dependable, and I would hire him again for sure! I am very happy with the job he did.
    - Valerie E.
  • F
    DLF Professional Painting Inc
    Unfortunately, things didn���t work out as planned or expected. When the painters arrived, we expected professional DLF painters to show up in a DLF truck ready to start the job; what we got was three subcontractors who showed up in a beat-up Chevy that do outdoor painting and (as we found out later) had never painted the interior before to do our job. As the job progressed, we discovered they not only had never painted the interior of a home before, but they knew almost nothing about how to prepare for the job, let alone complete it. We hired a general contractor to handle much of the other needed repairs for our home, and he had to take time from other projects in the home to instruct the subcontractors on how to remove wallpaper, had to waste valuable time actually mudding over the holes in the wall himself because the painters were so far behind on the job (they were supposed to start on Monday; they arrived Monday and did a walk-through, but didn���t actually start painting until Wednesday), had to show them how to do several different tasks, etc. In short, I had to pay my General Contractor extra to do work I contracted to DLF and to somewhat supervise DLF���s painters���and got to pay DLF for that work, too. Such a deal! While their subcontractors were on the job, no one from DLF ever appeared on the job site to check on their progress or see if we had any concerns. (No one from DLF has actually been to our home since the day they came to quote the job.) It might have been noteworthy for them to discover the job was behind schedule. It might have been noteworthy for them to learn their subcontractors showed for work no earlier than 10AM, made sure they took a lunch break every day, and left the job by 5PM, except for the last couple days, when they stayed later because it suddenly occurred to them they had a deadline and the new carpet was going to be delivered whether they were finished or not. DLF���s follow up after the job was finished was an email asking us to rate them on Angie���s List. Well, here you go, DLF. DLF also priced in the cost of the paint they intended to use on our job, which made perfect sense. However, they required their subs to buy the paint. Because the subs had to buy the paint, and the subs weren���t licensed on their own, the subs were paying retail instead of purchasing it at their contractor���s price. Nice! To reduce our cost, my GC again had to get involved and purchased the paint at his cost. DLF was generous to us for that���they priced in the cost of paint at their rate (or their sub���s retail cost), but only deducted from the final bill the actual cost we paid for the paint, as opposed to what they budgeted. I���m sure there���s a price difference there that ended up in DLF���s pocket. While we���re on this subject, DLF also repeatedly asked to have the paint colors 3 days prior to the start of the job. We raced all over to get the information, only to find out when they actually showed up and started painting (two days late), that they had only two gallons of paint (for a 2700 sf home). Fortunately, this mistake helped us to minimize the paint cost through our GC. Before they started painting, my General Contractor asked them if they planned to prime the walls first. They stated that it wouldn���t be necessary. As it turned out, now that the job���s finished and we���ve moved in, we���re seeing the original paint bleeding through and blotchiness because they didn���t prime the walls first. We���ve also discovered all sorts of errors, mistakes, general sloppiness, places they missed altogether, gouges in the walls from using metal scrapers instead of plastic to remove the wallpaper and subsequently failing to repair the wall damage before they painted over it, places where the walls had been mudded that they painted over without sanding, paint and mud spatter on the floors because they didn���t use a drop cloth, poor cut-ins, and more. Some examples include, in the master bedroom, they painted additional coats of paint over walls where the previous coat was still wet. We���re now 5 weeks past the completion of the paint job, and a couple days ago, I leaned a mirror against the wall as I was preparing to install it over the dresser. The paint stuck to the mirror and peeled off. In one of the bathrooms we have plantation shutters over the window for privacy. They never opened the shutters to paint the wall behind them. Additionally, the painters had no clue how to clean up after themselves. Where they did sand the mud, they left the dust on the floor. (You can bet that did wonders for the baseboards they were supposed to be painting.) Where they scraped wallpaper off the wall, they left pieces of it all over the place, including in the lighting, windows, tub, shower, and the floors. (And some small pieces on the walls, which of course, they simply painted over.) They never replaced a single switch plate or outlet cover, and it took us a week to find where they hid the hinge pins so we could re-install the doors back in the master bedroom and bathroom. We found screws and plates all over the house, including in the trash. We still don���t know if we found them all, but it���s my bet that in the end, we���ll have to buy some replacements. You would think that a professional company would, upon receiving complaints about their job, be concerned enough to come take a look and see for themselves and try to work with you to resolve the issues. Nope, not a chance with these guys, even though I sent them this review (now slightly updated) three weeks ago to give them an opportunity to make adjustments/corrections so they could avoid a bad review. When I spoke to the sales rep, Jim, he said he had to talk to the owner to see about it. We���re still waiting to hear back. Obviously, they just don���t care about the quality of their work after you signed off on their little form. In short, we paid a lot of money to get an interior paint job done at a quality level that wasn���t as good as I could have done myself���and I���m a lousy painter. Needless to say, I can���t see letting them do the exterior work after my experience here���even if takes longer for the job to get done, I���ll let my GC handle it. Sorry, DLF. You���re fired.
    - Richard D.
  • A
    DLF Professional Painting Inc
    DLF was by far the BEST at provided premier Customer Service, I have never worked with a company that was more accommodating, quick, or professional... Hands down the best company I've ever dealt with... I will be keeping their card for sure!!!!
    - Robert H.
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